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March 28: Central Indiana’s Contribution to Law Enforcement Innovation: Successes and Challenges

A luncheon discussion by Deborah Daniels, former Assistant US Attorney General.

When: Monday, March 28 11:15 AM — 1:30 PM

Where: Marriott Indianapolis Downtown, Indiana Ballroom 350 W. Maryland St.

Sponsored by Sagamore Institute for Policy Research, Ideas in Indiana Luncheon

Deborah J. Daniels, a partner with Krieg DeVault from 1996 to 2001, returned to the firm in 2005, after serving as the Assistant Attorney General for the Office of Justice Programs at the U.S. Department of Justice. During her tenure at the Justice Department, she directed the primary research and grant-making arm of the Department and administered a budget of over $4 billion. Appointed by President George W. Bush and confirmed by the U.S. Senate on September 21, 2001, Ms. Daniels’ responsibilities included several functions directly related to the nation’s response to September 11 and the nation’s ability to detect, prevent and respond to future terrorist acts. Today, Ms. Daniels provides counsel to Krieg DeVault’s public- and private-sector clients in matters related to homeland security, disaster preparedness, strategic planning, leveraging of federal and state resources, and federal and state regulatory compliance. Ms. Daniels served as U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of Indiana from 1988 to 1993, and director of the national Weed and Seed initiative from 1992 to 1993. In recognition of her aptitude in organizing efforts with state and local law enforcement, she earned a Justice Department award for law enforcement coordination. She earned the Attorney General’s Award for Excellence in Management for her work in directing the national Weed and Seed initiative. She received her B.A. from DePauw University, with honors, in 1973, and her J.D. from Indiana University School of Law, cum laude, in 1977.

Through this Executive Session of Criminal Justice Professionals, Sagamore Institute for Policy Research aims to bring together a broad array of law enforcement officials and policymakers to discuss Central Indiana’s contribution to law enforcement innovation, identify some of the challenges facing local law enforcement, and consider the benefits of an interdisciplinary approach to crime control and prevention.

Please RSVP to Pat A. Hasselblad at 317-472-2050, ext. 303. There will be a charge of $20.00 for this event. But this luncheon is complimentary for members of the SIPR Founders’ Club ... which is a great reason to join Sagamore's Founder's Club (plus you get a nifty pin).

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